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simmons is mourning his cousin killed by a hit-and-run driver. folcroft delaware county turns out to remember a hometown hero christopher dorman we are hearing from the officer and is father. >> a bear is caught in bucks county. who he left behind and where it is going now.>> looking live an franklin bridge. david murphy is in for chris sowers who is on his honeymoon.
>> reporter: i remember his honeymoon. satellite and radar showing we had cloud cover in the overnight hours, now melting away we have sunshine. 67 degrees in philadelphia. 65 in wilmington. 64 in allentown. my recommendation would be to avoid wearing a suit coat outside, otherwise it's comfortable with humidity on the low side. here's the dewpoints, 61 with the dewpoint just over what we consider humid. if you start work out in philadelphia or wilmington, you might work up an extra sweat for your morning workout. not a bad day ahead. 10:00 a.m., 79. you will start to sweat on the running trail by then certainly. 84 by noon. humidity is low, mostly sunny skies and 88. we have an issue with air quality, not every in philadelphia, delaware county and the outlying suburbs outside
philadelphia. new jersey and pennsylvania not really concerned about this if you're among the senior citizen population or young kids, or have heart or asthma conditions, limit your time outside when the ground level ozone is at its worse. we have showers and thunderstorms coming back as we head into the workweek. i'll detail that in the seven day. >> new sixers top pick ben simmons is stunned by tragedy. police are looking for the driver who ran down his close cousin, killing him and took off. zachary simm monks attended the nba draft with his cousin. an suv plowed into him sending him flying into a parked car. john mcknight lives nearby. >> the victim was was horribly
gasping for air. he was walking with another friend. >> police are talking to the friend and other witnesses. a surveillance camera captured the image of the suspect vehicle. a black suv with a new york plate. police are seeing if the camera pick up the license plate and model number. after learning of the tragedy, ben simmons tweeted -- time now, 7:03. new information to tell you about this morning, police are looking for the person who shot a man in the back while he was sitting in a car on a north philadelphia street. the action cam at the scene 10th and diamond where the road was littered with shell casings. the victim was shot at 3:30 a.m. he was able to drive and spotted some police officers who were investigating an accident nearby. officers took the injured man to
temple university hospital. this morning there's no word about his condition. we do know, however, that police are looking at surveillance video to try to identify the shooter. this morning we are happy to report that injured folcroft, delaware county police officer christopher dorman is doing much better. his condition has been upgraded to guarded two days after he was shot seven times. his hometown is rallying around him and wishing the officer a speedy recovery. jeff chirico was at a celebration led by christopher dorman's father. >> reporter: there were cheers where there could tears. >> we need to acknowledge the fact that something miraculous has happened. >> reporter: hundreds wrote messages of support to celebrate christopher dorman who took seven bullets to protect his tight knit community. >> i started crying. >> right away i started thinking which one was it.
>> reporter: for many, christopher dorman isn't just any cop. he was born and raised in folcroft and volunteered as a firefighter since he could drive. police say he was spongtd to a call -- responding to a call of drug activity he was flown to pen presbyterian where he underwent surgery for shots to his face, leg and groin. >> he is alive. >> reporter: george dorman said the bullet-proof vest saved his son's life. he is a fighter and refusing all pain medication. >> i would have been hitting that red button every few seconds. >> i would like to thank the police and paramedics and the doctors. >> reporter: doorman released the video thanking those who saved him. but the neighbors say they should be the ones doing the thanking. for the shooting police arrested
donte brooks island and charged him with two counts of murder and related charges. he is accused of shooting at two officers. island is being held on $1 million bail. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> we learned that officer dorman had tickets to attend the kenny chesney concert. he asked chesney to not forget him. chesney heard about him, and acknowledged him at the linc, but mistakenly told the crowds he had died. that was a huge mistake. chesney was called to correct the mistake, we've been checking all morning, so far no apology given. three counties in west virginia have been declared federal disaster areas. >> reporter: it took hours for
the elk river to turn this small town into a big mess. flooding not seen since record have been kept swelled rivers more than 30 feet tearing through homes and businesses, and ultimately killing more than 20 people. >> we were in extreme danger, and all i could do was just to get my family to the second floor and hope that the foundation and structure of this house was strong enough to withstand the storm. now it's all about the cleanup. with help from friends, family and neighbors, people are sorting through what can be salvaged and what cannot. the area has seen flooding before, now nothing like this. >> it's all destroyed. >> reporter: ordinary west virginians are stepping up. >> i've seen what the floods could do down here, i had to get down hear and make sure everybody was taken care of. >> reporter: the national guard
was on scene. green briar golf club and the tournament that was supposed to be there has been canceled. >> officials say the death toll may go higher. they found humidity remains in a mobile home incinerated by the fast-moving flames in central california. lighter winds are helping fire crews make gains, but original a small percentage is contained. since it began on thursday, the kearn county fire department said the fire has consumed 57 1/2 square miles. "g.m.a." will continue the coverage. "g.m.a." starts at 8:00 a.m. after "action news."
city of fallujah has rescued from the islamic state. the iraqi general said the troops entered the city this morning. fallujah was under control of the islamic state for 2 1/2 years. >> there is much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. new talks are scheduled in the aftershocks of the united kingdom vote to leave the european union. an american will be in the middle of those talks. >> new overnight, a car crashes into a pole and look at this, the pole ends up almost in the driver seat. the phillies have to claw back against the giants out west. >> reporter: in the poconos, a nice one. yesterday we had 79. today, 81 degrees, great up. how about the shore and philadelphia. how about the muggier air returning tomorrow. we'll have all the details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> welcome back on this sunday morning, hope you're enjoying a wonderful weekend. it is 7:12, 67 degrees. right now we're taking a live look from our temple university camera. a nice day. >> meteorologist david murphy is in for chris sowers who tied the knot on friday. >> reporter: yes he did, it's off to honeymoon land. >> i got a tweet from chris saying i'm heading to the bahamas. >> reporter: thanks a lot chris, i hope they have a great time down there, he and lori. a great new couple. storm tracker 6 live double scan there's a lot of green on the image, it's just ground clutter. going outside, no rain reinforces that i am -- image. we have sunny day. if you liked yesterday you will
like today just as much. it's warm, bus stop not all that humid. on -- it's warm, but not all that humid. on monday it will be more humored and there will be a spotty thunderstorm popping up. the only issue today around the region just in philadelphia and delaware county and the meade counties of chester, montgomery and bucks, air quality monitors have concerns about the air quality going south on us. they have declared an ozone-action day, people with heart, lung and asthma issues, you want to limit your time outside particularly where the ground level ozone could give you a problem. 60 degrees over the threshhold with a we consider humid air. not all that humid.
the numbers drops through the day. winds out of the south at 3 miles per hour. most of the dewpoints are in the 50s which are not humid. if you're down in rehoboth beach or cape may county, you might see a little bit of that, right now, it's high and thin enough where the sunshine is breaking through. that will be the course of action for mr. sun. a bright day ahead. scattered pop up clouds at time. 74 by 9:00 a.m. 79 degrees by 10:00 a.m. keep the cool drinks handy. the high today, 88 degrees at 3:00 p.m. high temperatures across the region, 88 degrees in philadelphia. 86 in wilmington. the farther north you go away from the cool ocean, the better chance you have of getting warmer. 89 in trenton. 90 a hot high in allentown. 91 in reading. only 8 # in -- 83 in millville and dover. down the shore, highs in the upper 70s enthe ocean
temperature -- and the ocean temperature in the upper 60s. 67 off atlantic city. afternoon highs in surf city and beach haven, 77, 78. low risk of rip currents, but it's a good idea to hang next to the lifeguards once again into the water. comfortable temperatures of 70 off rehoboth beach and bethany beach. swim near the lifeguards, a good idea. monday, we'll start out with sun and through the day we'll see clouds increase. later in the afternoon, after 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., we'll see showers and thunderstorms build. this is the 3:00 p.m. view you can you can everything is outside the area. possible by 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., some of that is pressing through allentown and perhaps the more immediate northwestern suburbs there could be a thunderstorm around and instability out there. today's high, 88 degrees, sunny, warm. clouds and sun, a thunderstorm around tomorrow, muggier air,
86. tuesday looks muggy with a cold front that comes through triggering showers and thunderstorms, high of 85 there. we get into wednesday and even though there's a lingering shower around, humidity drops and thursday looks comfortable and muggier as we head into friday. >> we had a great night on friday night at chris sowers' we go. this is chris' beautiful bride lori. i thought her veil was exquisite. we had a great time. lori, a great time, there goes the famous kiss. >> i think they kissed at least twice. >> held it for the cameras. too. which was nice. >> some of the folks on social media were looking at the picture when i posted this, they said boy walter is tall. he is 6'4". >> his son is 6'4" and
lochs which are bigger than the older ones. the panama canal was built by the u.s., but operated by thepa. pope francis is asking turkey to open its border. pope francis planned to release a dove symbolizing peace near the border later today. in "healthcheck" this morning, a big change is in store for flu vaccinations this fall, cdc is recommending against nasal spray. kids should get shots instead. experts say the nasal spray was
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>> reporter: a few spotty showers well down south. there's a big batch coming in from the west that will fall apart as it heads east. it won't be an issue for us until tomorrow afternoon. high pressure is in control today, that's means lots of sunshine. great day to be at the beach. sunshine, 78 degrees. low risk of rip currents. 67 in the water. you might want to start getting wet, but it's the best idea to swim near the lifeguard stations. in the poconos, another nice
one, bright and sunny, warmer, 81 degrees, we're adding a few degrees through the thermometer. philadelphia, low humid and 88 degrees. gray, make sure you take cool drinks even though it's not that humid. >> david thank you so much. time 7:24. in sports, the phillies beat one of the best teams in baseball by getting to one of the best pitchers in the game. the phils played the first place giants last night. in the top of the 7th with one man on, r up -- ruf hit a two-run homer and chased bumgarner from the game. the giants had not given up two runs in the game since april.
phils win it, the two teams face off again this afternoon. new honor for phillies pete rose jeff skeverski has that and the heartbreak for new sixers ben simmons. >> reporter: after celebrating the biggest night of his life with his family sixers first-round draft pick ben simmons is grieving the loss of his cousin who was killed saturday morning. zachary simmon was by his side in new york when the sixers made him the number one pick he was killed in a hit-and-run accident in north jersey. he wrote hearing the news it's important to never forget the important things in life. hextall has been transparent about his plan in
the draft. pick guys who can score. they picked up pasquale leberre. the flyers take carter heart, the first goalie off the board who is known for his vigorous workout. >> it's not like the old days you know the chubby kid you have to be in good shape and stay flexible. it's an honor to go to such a great organization. >> we wanted speed and size and skill. obviously it's not in every player. we got all three elements and all the picks. >> reporter: nobody has scored more goals in major league soccer than the union. it's a big reason why they were unbeaten at homecoming into play last night. a big reason they have scored
more points than any other team in the conference. trying to keep the run going against vancouver. a pep talk early on, the 14th minute, how about this shot off the post, union up 1-nill. vancouver rebounds three unanswered goals, 84th minute. union lost 3-2. it's the first loss at home since last september. the look says it all. pete rose may be banned from the baseball hall of fame, but finally inducted into the cincinnati baseball hall of fame. rose said he has been waiting 30 years for this. reds fans gave him a standing ovation and chanted his name for more than a minute. that's sports, i'm jeff
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just taking off for his honeymoon. meteorologist david murphy kind enough to fill in for him on sunday morning. it's going to be a nice day, here's david with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: absolutely it is a nice day building as we have plenty of sunshine on the terrace now. it's a little bit on the warm side. we have a lack of significant cloud cover out there with just a little bit of high cloud cover that tried to dig through in the predawn hours is down south. farther to the north and west, there's a shower or thunderstorm. that's not going to be an issue for us today. we might see that tomorrow afternoon and evening. 67 degrees you wish the sun in philadelphia. 64 in allentown. 60 comfortable degrees in millville. if you're down the shore thinking about heading out on the boards for a stroll. 66 degrees in cape may and rest of the shore communities. dewpoints, slightly humid, 61 degrees dewpoint, not too bad
humidity-wise. if you're working out this morning you might work up a little bit of a sweat. nothing to get too upset about. noon, 84 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 88 degrees, that's the high, low humidity, lots of sun and warm out there. if you're at a barbecue today or exerting yourself you want to take it easy with the cool drinks, make sure you stay hydrated. we have a slight issue today with air quality. this is mainly in philadelphia and the immediate surrounding suburbs in pennsylvania where a code orange ozone-action day has been declared. if you're among the senior citizen population orchids or those with heart and -- or kids or those with heart lung or asthma should limit outdoor activities. maybe we lose the suit jacket
soon, guys, keep hydrated today, overall a nice sunday on the way. >> thank you. sixers first-round draft pick ben simmons is mourning the death of his cousin zachary simmons. he was with ben on draft night he posted a picture of his cousin on twitter saying rest in peace, cuzzo. he was killed trying to cross the street from a friend's birthday. >> police released the picture of the vehicle that struck and killed zachary simmons, no arrests have been made. 7:32. no eyes are helping philadelphia police patrol the schuylkill river trail. a watch group is going to work to reduce crime on the trail. trish hartman has the details. >> ask can trail watch
starts -- schuylkill trail watch starts now. >> once we began to advertise that we were creating a trail watch, people just stepped up to the plate and said how can i get involved. >> reporter: 80 volunteers in plane cloths will patrol the trail. organizers say they will be in uniform. >> they will be pairs, bikers walkers and runners will be paired off together. >> reporter: at the kickoff badges were handed out to people who completed the training which volunteers say was surprisingly thorough. police officers who work the trail say extra eyes and ears will be a big help. last month two it's not of indecent exposure was reported and in february, several teens were arrested with assault and
robbery. >> it makes it so much easier for us. i can't explain to you how important it is for us to have help in the neighborhood. >> reporter: trail users say the patrols are a welcome addition. >> i think it will make others feel comfortable and make the community feel safe and healthy make like a family atmosphere. >> reporter: there are talks about surveillance cameras for the trail. organizers help to train more volunteers as the summer goes on. if you're interested find a link at the trail watch website at 6abc.com. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> folcroft delaware county police officer christopher dorman has been updoppler to guarded. hundreds gathered outside city hall to lend their support to
officer dorman. police have arrested a man in this case donte brooks island and charged him with attempted murder. a young man was rushed to temple university hospital after his car smashed into a utility pole. the "action action cam was at te at north 11th and west susquehanna avenue. he is being treated for serious head injuries. the pole that he hit supports septa trolley line. police are trying to determine the cause of the accident. now to the fallout of britain's vote to leave the european union. secretary of state john kerry will go to london to meet the top european european union diplomats.
>> reporter: a new reality set in, the questions and the regrets. >> i think we've been taken advantage of. >> reporter: do you regret you voted to leave the european union. >> i don't regret it at the moment, possibly, only time will tell. >> reporter: now more than 2.5 million people and counting signing this petition asking for another chance to vote. political don't expect it to happen. european union is calling for them to leave now. >> i expect other european countries will make it difficult for us. >> reporter: what's next? with david cameron's stunning announcement that he would step down, the new prime minister could be this man, american-born borris johnson. i believe we have a wonderful
opportunity. he is known for his personality and students like these and yes, his hair. facing the wrath of the remain voters friday when he was leaving his home. >> shaism -- shame on you borris. >> reporter: this is uncharted territory, no nation has left the eu in modern times. the netherlands, france and italy considering having their own vote. lama hasan, london. >> back here at home, house appropriations committee is planning a rare sunday night meeting in an effort to get moving on a state budget that has a thursday deadline hanging over it. so far the republican controlled house and senate have not approved taxes. there are talks of recent stating tax on gas and
cigarettes. we are a month away from the democratic national convention at the wells fargo center. that means gig changes are happening to the arena. john rawlins checked them out. >> reporter: dnc staffers settled into temporary quarters at the center. actual construction work started a month ago outside huge tent-like structures that will house the press are coming together. luxury suites are being considered for tv, where there is bare concrete a set design company will construct a large-scale stage. still to come behind the scenes, caucus and spaces for secret service. >> to house anywhere from up to 6 protectees, perhaps more. can all this be done in a month? no problem we're told.
>> we move in and we start executing right away, so we're on time, on task and maybe a little bit early. >> reporter: they are trying to get a-list entertainers to appear including the star of the cast hamilton. >> without getting into the specifics of the program which i am not going to do. this venue has obviously hosted a power-pack lineup of entertainers over the years. >> reporter: june 1 it was reported the host committee was $10 million shy in fundraising. asked about that? >> they are working on that, we did a press conference at the national press club, they said they are confident that will meet the goal. >> reporter: no concerns about the money or the timetable with 33 days left, as they say around here, they are on time, on task and on budget. at the wells fargo center, john rawlins channel 6 "action news."
>> we are counting down. 7:29. summer break can lead to bad heating habits in children. food for thought. >> a new exhibit on contrary art was gifted to the philadelphia museum of art. we have 6abc loves the arts well fill -- we'll fill you in on who gave the gifts. >> a beautiful shot of cape may, new jersey, meteorologist david murphy is back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. (vo) we went to hollywood to ask
get your mega millions tickets. the jacket pot has soared to $390 million. nobody had five winning numbers plus the mega ball. the neck drawing is tuesday night at 11:00 p.m. you can see the winning numbers at 11:00 p.m. after the accuweather forecast. >> on my way to the store. [laughter]. meteorologist david murphy in for chris sowers thanks for being here. >> reporter: this is great, i fill in for chris every now and then, but of course the guy is ons honeymoon. we hope they are having a great honeymoon. storm tracker 6 live double scan, green on this, all ground clutter. it's false echos. bright and sunny across the region from start to finish.
low humidity, warm conditions, you'll need the cool drinks and sunscreen. monday we'll feel the humidity build. monday and tuesday there can spotty showers and thunderstorms around, so things are achanging as we head into the workweek. holding on to the nice pattern for your sunday. 64 degrees in allentown. 65 in reading, 67 in philadelphia. 65 degrees in wilmington. 64 in trenton. 60 in millville. down the shore in cape may. we're getting up to 67 degrees on the boardwalk. that's about the same in the shore communities. we have high cloud cover trying to streak through. it didn't last down to the south. additional cloudy cover and rain well off to the north and west, we won't have to deal with that during the day until tomorrow. lehigh valley will be hot this afternoon, low humidity and lots of sun and high of 90. reading 0 could get to 91. cool drinks important if you're
out and about doing stuff in the lehigh valley. down the the shore, plenty of sunshine, breezy conditions, 78 degrees, 67 in the water. today we'r easing back on the rip currents threats. swim near the lifeguards, of course when you see the moderate chance ever rip currents you think about going into the water, up to the ankles or something. bright and sunny warmer in the poconos, 81 degrees, in philadelphia, mostly sunny, low humidity, warm, 88 degrees, winds out of the south/southwest at 6 to 12 miles per hour. overnight tonight, mainly clear and comfortable. 635 degrees is the overnight low. wind overnight will start turning out of the south/southwest by the time you head out in the morning before your workout or run to the bus stop, it might feel slightly more humid. i think that will be the case as we get into the day on monday. monday morning fairly comfortable, 62 at 7:00 a.m. at 1:00 p.m. we'll push into the
80s and probably get into the mid 80s from philadelphia all the way up through allentown it will be cooler down the shore. the humidity levels will rise. at the same time the sunshine i'm talking about tomorrow morning will as the humidity kicks in, start to give way to more and more cloud cover. n afternoon and evening a couple of showers and thunderstorms are possible, hopefully breaking up by 11:00 p.m. tomorrow night. another round on tuesday, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly sunny, warm be 88 degrees, there's a concern with air quality in and around immediate philadelphia region this afternoon. take it easy if you have asthma or risk category. monday, clouds and sun, humid, thunderstorm possible, late in the day, 86 is the high. muggy on tuesday, spotty showers and thunderstorm possible, high of 85. wednesday humidity should drop during the day, you get warm, 85 degrees, thursday looks comfortable humidity wise, warm, 87. muggier air returning on friday
and perhaps saturday we're introducing at least a chance of spotty thunderstorm on friday night. >> it's summer. >> time now, 7:47. people make new year's resolutions to eat healthier. summer may be a better time to get your household on track. this week's kids health matters, erin o'hern shares tips on how to make it happen and avoid the pitfalls. >> reporter: for most kids classes are over now it's time for camp, pools and family trips. schedules are relaxed so diets slip. however children's hospital dietician said it's a great time to adopt healthier eating. >> fresh fruits and vegetables are available and less expensive. >> reporter: in addition to getting more fruits and vegetables, families cutback on sweetened drinks. boost the water and hold the bar
on the rest. snacks are another spot ripe for improvement. they should be filling and nutrition. green snacks have fruits and vegetables. pretzels and crackers fall in between. it's easy to overeat them, too, put the brakes on and check the labels for what looks like single serve food. adding food labels to your summer reading could make for good choices. these portions sizes are for teens or adults. when you get toward the younger ages, serve ising sizes -- serving sizes, half the serving size. you need 3 to 40 weeks to make -- 3 to 4 weeks to make healthy habits stick.
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opens a new exhibition on tuesday, it showcases a permanent collection of contemporary art like never before. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called embracing the contemporary. the combustion includes the private collection of keith and catherine sax. they gifted it to the museum a few years ago. from paintings to sculptures it's a selection of work from the most influential artist over the past 50 years. it's a way of sharing the
collection with the city of philadelphia. the combustion feets 180 -- features 180 works. >> there's paintings and drawings and sculptures. >> reporter: works from the 1950s to the present day from artists like jasper johns. >> you can find the selection has representative of different periods. >> reporter: the exhibition is organized into two sections. the first showcases. sac hs -- the centerpiece is charles ray's 2008 piece boy with frog. >> he is holding a frog suggestion of curiosity and adventure, this is what contemporary art is and what we want to share.
>> reporter: embracing the contemporary opens tuesday and remains until september 5. go to fill -- philly.org or 6abc loves the arts. beetle are heading to -- beatle are heading to the movie theaters 8 days a week the touring years will hit theaters september 16. the documentary covers the band early days, the film was made with cooperation of surviving beatle paul mccartney and ringo star.
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accuweather. >> reporter: toasty out there, 67 degrees in philadelphia. 71 in wilmington. 67 do you want shore. this afternoon high of 88 in philadelphia. if you're on the beach, 78 is the high, lots of sunshine, humidity on the low side. 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> hey gray and nydia. we're on the the front lines of twin natural disaster. as floodwaters recede the full extent of the damage becomes clear. in the american west, firefighters scrambling to keep up with the out of control wildfires there. will the weather cooperate. two weeks to the day after the massacre in orlando, gay communities holding a parade and festivals. in new york city we are expecting large police
preference. we have a behind scene look to a moving absolutely to prince. -- salute to to prince. we'll see you soon. "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. him we'll look at communities gearing up to fight the zika virus. they plan to go it alone at least until sometime next month. david murphy will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for chris sowers, the newlyweds, david murphy, gray hall, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han, have a great sunday!
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good morning, america. new overnight, muddy mess. receding flood waters revealing the devastation from relentless rain in west virginia. cars piled on top of one another. roads washed away. a major golf tournament canceled. president obama taking action this morning. changing course? donald trump facing new questions on his proposed muslim ban. what he's saying now. >> would a muslim coming from scotland or great britain, have you tweaked your policy on that? >> it wouldn't bother me. >> hillary clinton claims trump is backing brexit for his own bottom line. pride on parade! the celebrations across america and around the world with emotional tributes to the lives lost in the nightclub massacre. >> all: we are orlando. >> the tight security.